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How A Faulty Laptop Screen Looks

There are always some tell tale signs that will indicate a Laptop Screen is faulty. If your laptop has been dropped and there now appears to be a large crack running through the panel then of course you have broken it. Similarly, if the panel appears to have water marks or blotches concentrated around a certain area this may be an indication that the Liquid Crystal Display has been damaged and is now leaking.

Another sign of damage is a flickering of the image or various colours appearing on screen when they shouldn’t. The main cause of panel damage is normally through some kind of impact i.e dropping the laptop on the floor, closing the lid on something or something striking the screen.

Whilst some may claim they can repair a screen, it is normally easier, quicker and cheaper to consider a Laptop Screen Replacement either by doing it yourself or by taking the laptop to a professional. At Laptop Power UK you can find Laptop Screen Fitting Instructions for our laptop screens and if you get in touch you can speak to one of our customer service team regarding anything from the order process to the fitting of the panel.

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